PLANT CARE ( Scindapsus Treubii Dark Form )
|Scindapsus, being tropical plants, prefer temperatures no lower than 18 and no higher than 28 degrees Celsius.|
|Scindapsus thrive best in medium to bright indirect light but will tolerate much lower light conditions.|
|Moderate humidity of 40-50% is just fine for most Scindapsus.|
|Scindapsus treubii dark form requires moderate watering, they want moist soil but not too soggy or dry. Allowing them to sit in water will cause root rot.|
Scindapsus Treubii Dark Form is a cultivar of Scindapsus treubii characterized by lovely lance-shaped, glossy, dark green, or nearly black leaves. It is a rare, slow-growing climbing vine that requires low maintenance or care. You can have this lovely cultivar both indoors and outdoors. However, if you choose outdoors, ensure no direct sunlight, and winters don’t go below freezing point. In your house, let your Scindapsus treubii dark form climb on a trellis, moss pole, or brass plant support. Alternatively, you can grow them on a handing basket, letting them cascade downward, or on a pot and let them trail on a horizontal surface. A shelf, desktop, cabinet top, and so on will be ideal. Plant food will ensure lush and fuller growth. Therefore, fertilize the plant once after two weeks during spring and summer. Don’t fertilize during fall or winter. Besides removing damaged, old or dry leaves, this houseplant doesn’t require much pruning, i.e., they are slow-growers. However, if you want it bushier, prune off a few stems. It will encourage more branches. Scindapsus treubii dark form doesn’t require frequent potting. They don’t grow fast and will take long to outgrow the current pot. Therefore, repot these aroids after every couple of years or if they are root-bound.
An example picture gives a trustworthy image of the plant with good care. The plant in the example picture is not the plant that will be delivered. This is an example, so variations are possible. Eventually, the delivered plant may differ in for example size, the number of flowers & branches, The Plant Will be in a Plastic Pot Not The One Shown In The Picture.